Unilever Vietnam on March 30 announced its “Stay Strong Vietnam” initiative, a wide-ranging set of measures to support the community and people in the fight against the COVID-19.
The creation of a public-private collaboration to combat plastic waste in Vietnam has been agreed on via the inking of an MoU between the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Unilever Vietnam International Co., Ltd., Dow Chemical Co., Ltd. Vietnam, and SCG.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to build public private collaboration towards circular economy in plastic waste management was signed in Hanoi on February 19.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has released the results of an auction for 94,000 tonnes of imported sugar in Hanoi.
Domestic retailers will continue to lead the market in the coming years, experts have said.
Vietnam’s ambition to build a circular economy – aimed at combating pollution and achieving more sustainable development by reusing and recycling defunct products – has attracted the participation of several foreign firms. However, in order for this new economic model to grow, state support is needed.
The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) on January 23 kicked off a programme for advancing circular economy to protect the environment.
The Ministry of Information and Communication has urged enterprises to collaborate with the Government in efforts to build a healthy Internet society through advertising only on online channels which comply with established laws.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) on May 15 launched a public communications campaign in order to encourage people to wash their hands more frequently as a way of minimising risk of catching diseases.
A live music show and auction of handmade items made by handicapped people from Thuong Thuong Centre will be held on April 17 in Hanoi’s Cau Giay District.
The communication campaign on safe helmet use was reviewed at a ceremony in Hanoi on October 29.
Two more projects with a total registered capital of US$70 million have been granted investment licenses in northern Bac Ninh province, bringing the locality’s total new ones to 130 so far this year.
(VOV) - The Unilever Vietnam Fund (UVF) announced on August 5 that it will finance sanitation and public healthcare projects in 2013.
The Unilever Vietnam Fund has helped to build and upgrade 20 public toilets while improving public awareness of personal and environmental hygiene in 20 communes of 10 cities and provinces nationwide.